PORT CHESTER, N.Y., April 3, 2015 — Eliminating the need for an external video processor, a new endoscope imaging system from ThinkTank Technologies LLC allows medical doctors to use their own rigid and fiber optic endoscopes to capture high-definition video during examinations, and to perform a variety of other scope procedures.
SweetVision HD allows users to save, trim and play back video at full speed and slow motion, and to store individual images taken during examination or from saved video. Real-time fiberscope filtering algorithmically enhances the quality of pictures seen at HD resolution
The system may be used in diagnostic and surgical procedures including ear, nose and throat; gynecological and urological examinations; balloon sinuplasty, video stroboscopy, and arthroscopic surgical training.
Available in a variety of display sizes, the system supports electronic medical record integration and generation of patient reports.
It can be configured with one of three types of USB CMOS cameras with video resolutions of 2000 × 1500, 1600 × 1200 and 1280 × 1024 pixels, and frame rates up to 24, 30 and 50 fps, respectively.
For more information, visit www.thinktank-tech.com.
- A medical instrument used to view inside the human body by inserting the instrument into a natural or created aperture. The endoscope may use a coherent fiber optic bundle or conventional optics to relay the image to the eye or a television camera. Illumination is provided by a concentric bundle of noncoherent fiber optics.
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